Half of surveyed Britons listened to pirated music last month says Bloom.fm


Almost half of a sample of Britons listened to illegally downloaded music last month, according to new survey by music streaming service Bloom.fm.

When asked whether they had listened to music acquired from an illegal online service, from the 976 respondents, 49 per cent admitted that they had, reports Music Ally.

The research - carried out by Research Now on behalf of Bloom.fm in July 2013 - also revealed that those who listened to illegal music were less likely ...

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